Another FM1-like adult contemporary/soft rock compilation in the AEI Propac collection (upper-left). Like tape 9411, it is similar enough of tape 9380 that I believe 9380 is actually another Timeless Pop programme whose cartridge, for whatever reason, had a generic label instead of the specific one (not a custom tape). It was likely recorded in 1993 or soon thereafter.
No restoration, EQ or noise reduction was done on this transfer. Speed reduction was -26.75% (-25% and -1.75% to correct for possibly faulty mastering equipment). The audio has been split into separate mono tracks for this presentation. None of these tapes include any documentation.
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